- Their religion promises eternal bliss [=joy] in heaven.
- marital/wedded/domestic bliss [=complete happiness in marriage]
- Relaxing on the porch of our private villa was sheer bliss.
- ignorance is bliss
释义：extremely or completely happy : full of or causing bliss
- At first, their time together was blissful.
- He sat there in a blissful state of comfort.
- our blissful beach vacation
- a blissful setting for a wedding
- existing in blissful ignorance [=a state of not knowing and not wanting to know about unhappy things or possible problems]
- They were blissfully happy.
- We were blissfully unaware/ignorant of the dangers ahead.
1）释义：to pretend that you will do something or that you know or have something in order to trick someone into doing what you want
- Don’t listen to his threats—he’s just bluffing. [=he will not really do what he threatens to do]
- She says someone else has made her a higher offer, but I think she’s bluffing.
- He’s a terrible card player—you can always tell when he’s bluffing. [=when he’s pretending that he has better cards than he actually has]
- Don’t listen to his threats—he’s just bluffing you.
- I managed to bluff my way into the show without a ticket. [=I got into the show by bluffing]
- I bluffed my way through the interview.
2）释义： to pretend to do or make (something)
- The catcher bluffed [=faked, feigned] a throw to first base.
3）释义：a false threat or claim that is meant to get someone to do something
- She says someone else has made her a higher offer, but I think it’s just a bluff.
4）习惯用语：call your bluff
释义：If you have made a bluff or a threat and people call your bluff, they tell you to do the thing you have threatened to do because they do not believe that you will really do it.
- When she threatened to quit her job, her boss called her bluff and told her she could leave if she wanted to.
更新日期：2019 年 6 月 12 日